New Brand New Subaru Outback Car 2021 For You
Introduction Of New Brand New Subaru Outback Car 2021 For You
New Brand New Subaru Outback Car 2021 For You. Some running around on the street for a few weeks now but that being said Australians have been waiting for the new outback for more than a year since this vehicle launched in North America to quite a bit of praise and today we’re going to be finding out just how good the new outback is in returning the outback to market Subaru is pursuing a new three-model strategy here in Australia.
Even the base model is designed to be well equipped with features like electric seats and a pretty salubrious interior with a large vertical touchscreen in the center is this new sport model which I’ve brought along today it wears a few highlights in green on the outside a black pack and on the inside, you’ll see there’s sort of like neoprene seats with green stitching it’s a bit of a sort of outdoorsy speck if you like and then at the top, there’s the touring.
Which is a return to an older Subaru nameplate which packs all of the available features on the outback including things like Nappa leather but inside is where some of the biggest changes occur the changes to the outside of the outback are certainly more evolutionary than revolutionary and that makes sense given just how popular this vehicle is in Australia and abroad but Subaru knew they needed to give the interior a shot in the arm for this new generation.
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This is an all-new car underneath and that change comes down to a big infotainment switch up at Subaru you now get this 11.6-inch full HD vertical touchscreen as standard across the range in Australia overseas you can get base models with smaller landscape screens but in Australia, you get the big kahuna as standard navigation though is something you get when you step up to this sports grade which is kind of interesting the vertical orientation of the panel makes the system quite easy to use and I was a little worried when I first saw it.
Because we only have physical controls here for uh well for volume and tuning but also only for temperature however the fan speed is a permanent setting on the screen so Subaru has avoided the pitfalls of the likes of Skoda who are now burying fan speed within menus which is a little dumb still I think a knob would have done the job a little better again that being said Subaru’s software is really easy to use with big controls making it easy to navigate both with the sat nav and throughout the system itself plus.
We have dab digital radio Bluetooth wired apple car play and android auto all of which is good to see though it would have been nice to have wireless smartphone connectivity as well now on the top-spec car you can get premium audio but the stereo on the base car and the sport is also passable moving away from the vertical touchscreen though much of the outback’s cabin remains very familiar to the outgoing version same steering wheel quite a lot of buttons plus extra buttons down here and paddle shifters for the CVT automatic gearbox the wheel itself is a good size feels good in the hand.
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We also look forward to analog gauges that are now starting to look quite dated especially for an all-new car there’s a small color trip computer in between them which gives you key safety functionality and it now tells you what street you’re driving on as a permanent display as well so that’s good but there’s certainly nothing like the fully digital dash of a Volkswagen Passat all track or a Skoda superb scout which would have been even cooler again now as I mentioned upfront we’re in the sport all outbacks have the same engine in Australia sadly it’s the um atmospheric 2.5-liter petrol.
That doesn’t produce much power or torque the turbo is off the cards for the moment so the sport differentiates itself not by really being sporty but by looking a little sportier so we have this water repellent seat trim on the interior gray and black with green stitching the greens repeated up here on the dash and also on the doors and I think it looks quite cool gives the car a bit of character the base vehicle has class seats still with electric adjustment though whereas the top end terrain gets Nappa leather uh in either black or cream.
It is nice to have the choice but overwhelmingly you get a sense that the outback is very well made the interior is quite plush the seats themselves are soft and comfortable and there’s soft material everywhere where your leg rests squeegee armor squidgy doors it feels quite expensive and quite premium in here even though the outback is still a fairly reasonably priced car and as you’d expect for a Subaru it’s practical we’ve now got a shelf over here a little design trait you picked up from cars like the Toyota rav4 and Kluger big cupholders between the seats.
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A tray down here as well decent size storage in the center with deep armrest and the door bins will also accept a big water bottle so as expected the outback is still very functional but now with better technology and even better materials so that’s a win let’s have a look in the back seat here in the back you get a sense that the outback is a nice family car if you don’t need seven seats and I would get you to ask yourself.
Whether you need a three-row crossover because if you don’t a station wagon based vehicle like an outback has a lower center of gravity and it’s just cooler in my opinion and I like that the outback has retained effectively a station wagon profile for this new generation now you can fit adults back here without too much of a problem for myself it’s six-foot headroom’s excellent I’ve got several inches of space above my head keeping in mind only the touring gets a sunroof.
This would slightly eat into headroom but I don’t think you’ll be having too much of a concern even with the sunroof legroom behind my driving position capacious tow room’s also really good if you needed to you could also get someone into the center because the outback is pretty wide really but if you’re not doing that the outboard seats enjoy an armrest with quite shallow cup holders though a bottle of water is going to fall out of that pretty easily still better than nothing.
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We’ve got air vents across the range in the back and from the sport trim and up we have heated outboard seats to join the heated seats up front too which is kind of nice if you’re going to take the car to the snow plus two fast-charging USB ports for those sitting in the back to keep devices charged up impressively the soft materials continue here in the back as well which means that just anything you lean on isn’t going to just bang your arm against it or anything like that plus soft materials also soak up light and sound.
So car reviewers don’t just bang on about it as some made-up sensation it actually is a thing matte pockets in both of the front seats as well and the seat base is inclined quite upward so it does support your legs which is nice to see moving around to the back of the new outback it’s all pretty familiar though I think the design suits this car better than the new forester we still have this kind of slight claw effect on the tail lights but this is a more resolved and handsome vehicle and a cluttered wagon is still a classic and attractive form factor in my opinion.
Now we’ve got a power tailgate here which nicely is free of both beeps and it’s also quick and it opens up to reveal a boot that’s 10 liters bigger than the old version of the outback 522 liters still isn’t massive some SUVs are bigger but few SUVs have the same accessible load height and really good square and long boot space meaning this is a nice practical vehicle you’ll be able to get golf clubs or prams alike into the back without too much of an issue plus we can remotely fold.
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The rear seats from right here in the boot drop straight down and underneath the boot floor, we also have a full-size spare in the outback which is something that this vehicle still has on top of competitors like the pasado track which go with a space saver then up here we have controls to either lower the boot or walk away and lock the car but instead we’re going to jump into the driver’s seat and see what the outback sport with the atmospheric 2.5-liter engine is like to drive so what’s the new Subaru outback like to drive now that it’s landed here on Australian roads well.
We’ve had decently big expectations for the outback because this is effectively a completely new car not everything under the bonnet has changed but underneath the outback, it’s now it’s based on Subaru’s global platform which has underpinned the latest Impreza xv and Forrester and now the outback also joins that cohort and for me, this has been the one that I’ve been most looking forward to because I’m a bit of a Subaru outback fan you.
I loved Subaru’s uh sort of 15 years 20 year ago sporty models liberty spec bees and blitzes and what have you and the outback have kind of remained a spiritual hangover from that era I suppose even as it’s gotten bigger and heavier and there have been fewer and fewer sporty models offered on this kind of car but anyway the chance for the outback to get put onto a new platform uh which is stiffer and a better drive certainly sounded good to me and as it goes numerous aspects of how the outback drives have indeed improved things like the ride and the handling are both better than the previous generation car.
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Which rode pretty dang well but certainly wasn’t an especially sporty drive partially it’s due to some smart spec changes like a switch to proper Bridgestone Valenza tires which also get used on cars like the Toyota rav4 the new rav4 and the BMW x3 the previous outback ran on I think grand treks and it just had very very limited grip whenever it saw a corner that’s not the case for the new outback which now has decent front end bite what doesn’t have decent bite though is the engine certainly the only available engine in the outback will be enough for most people.
That buy and drive this car and it gets along reasonably well it’s a 2.5 liter naturally aspirated petrol four-cylinder a boxer engine as you’d expect for a Subaru so horizontally opposed like a Porsche power and torque not really like a Porsche it is up a bit over the outgoing car and Subaru says that 90 of the components here are new for the engine it now makes 138 kilowatts of power and 245-newton meters of torque and their small increases over the previous version of this car.
But largely the engine feels much the same it’s perhaps a little bit quieter which could also be a result of the platform switch underneath but effectively this engine is fairly workmanlike it certainly needs a rev to make progress and it isn’t getting anywhere fast and in comparison to say the 162 tsi motor that’s about to go into the Volkswagen Passat all track you know what is kind of referred to as the golf gti motor the two-liter turbo making 162 kilowatts and 350-newton-meters the outback certainly feels slow now overseas there’s a circa 190-kilowatt turbo petrol engine option.
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On the next models and none of them have been brought to Australia at this point it’s apparently not an option for our market right now but you certainly get the sense that Subaru Australia would like to offer it if and when they can and I think the best way to try and secure that outcome would be to keep lobbying the company all the comment threads on our articles about outback have been alight with interest in the turbo model and displeasure at the fact that only the naturally aspirated version has come to Australia and I would say keep talking keep telling dealers and Subaru and us that you want the turbo.
Because at the end of the day what they bring to Australia is largely dictated by what they hear in terms of customer feedback now the one available engine is hooked up to one of Subaru’s CVT autos and suru generally builds a reasonably good CVT they say that 80 of the parts or the structural parts in this CVT are improved and I can sort of seeing what they’re getting at it’s not especially slushy uh it has simulated ratios that work reasonably well and it’s.
It’s just an match for the powertrain but normally cvts respond best to torque so in the outgoing outback the turbo diesel and the six-cylinder versions were both fine to drive gearbox wise because both of them were feeding 350-newton meters of torque through the CVT here in the standard four-cylinders with 245-newton meters of torque and high revs you are still going to be pushing the car and needing to rev it out which is not where the CVT is going to sound its best.
Now sadly the six-cylinder and the diesel options have both been deleted for the new outback replaced overseas by the turbo petrol which isn’t coming to Australia and you kind of get why that’s not just a small deal and certainly, the chassis could handle the power and torque of the turbo and handles the what it’s got from the atom engine very well indeed it’s quite a pleasant car to drive not sporty at all it’s certainly tuned for comfort the suspension’s soft.
But the body is very level it doesn’t have those sort of seasick pitching motions back and forth the previous model was probably a little bit too soft the new car is a touch stiffer the body’s much stiffer the suspension is a touch stiffer but all in all, what it corresponds to is a very good level compliant ride an excellent suspension that doesn’t let the body pitch around really good job on that really like that and perfectly suited to what the outback is all about on a country road certainly a Pasado track or a superb scout in this genre will probably still have its match I think I look forward to conducting a comparison in that manner but I think it’s quite respectable where the new outback has managed.
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